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Why should you join one of Kirkwood’s student-interest clubs? Students actively involved and engaged with clubs and activities on campus actually perform better academically. Plus, involvement in clubs related to your interest area helps round out your education and gives you meaningful experiences for your resume. Below are clubs specifically related to students interested in Communication, English, and Media.
CEDAR VALLEY DIVIDE
Lisa Angelella, advisor
Kirkwood Community College’s only student-run literary magazine, Cedar Valley Divide, provides students practical, hands-on experience in reading and editing literary manuscripts, as well as in-depth information about the publishing and printing processes. The Cedar Valley Divide accepts short fiction, poetry, essays, photographs and other forms of artwork.
Sarah Morey, advisor
Kirkwood Community College’s award-winning student newspaper, Communiqué, provides staff members with hands-on experience in writing, photography, editing, page layout, page design and online journalism. Students interested in developing professional journalism skills in a fast-paced, team environment are encouraged to apply. All students are welcome to attend weekly staff meetings.
Kirkwood offers a very diverse mixture of clubs and organizations. You can select from a variety of opportunities that suit your personal interests, as well as your program interests. A complete list of clubs and organizations can be found in Student Life.